Cross professional collaboration study to investigate the value of monitoring chronic eye care conditions in the community.

Cross professional collaboration study to investigate the value of monitoring chronic eye care conditions in the community.

We are delighted to announce that a multidisciplinary team have won a substantial Research for Patient and Public Benefit (RfPPB) grant from Health and Care Research Wales (HCRW) to investigate the “value” of monitoring chronic (long standing) sight threatening conditions in the community. Over recent years the workload on the hospital eye service in the…

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‘Lockdown Life and Me’- Poetry Competition

  Competition time! We would like to invite you to take part in our very first poetry competition, in which we would like to hear about your experiences and feelings during lockdown.  It sure has been a roller coaster hasn’t it?  Bringing changes, both good and bad, for many of us. And although we were…

How saddling- up can help to support people with sight loss

With our usual fundraising events ‘out of the window’, as they say,  for this year we wanted to create an event that can still give our supporters a chance to get involved with the charity and help us to support people with sight loss in Wales. The lockdown has been tough on us all, but…

Accessible Technologies.

Our A.C.E Officer Calum joined the team back in 2019 to provide technology advice and support to people with sight loss within the South Wales region. Depending on the needs of the service user, the help Calum provides can vary.  It could perhaps be suggesting a device, which he would then provide guidance and tuition…